The Aczee Skin Cleansing Bar is mild exfoliating soap that helps to clear acne and smoothen skin.
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While it is not required, we do recommend starting your treatment with a telemedicine appointment with our partner dermatologist. If you would like to start treatment first, then we strongly recommend booking a telemedicine appointment within the first month of treatment so our dermatologist can assess your progress.
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Just like any other soap! With clean hands and lukewarm water, wash your face with Aczee Soap twice or thrice a day.
Benzoper kills bacteria, reduces inflammation, and unplugs blocked pores. After washing your face with a mild soap (like Aczee!), apply a thin layer of Benzoper to the affected areas, avoiding your eyes, nose, mouth, and any areas that may be irritated or sore. No more than twice a day, though!
After you've applied Benzoper, apply a thin layer of S.O.S Clindamycin to the affected areas. Only a small amount, just the size of a pea! Like Benzoper, use no more than twice a day.
Every morning, apply sunblock to your face before sun exposure, as well as before exposure to computer screens. Your sunblock is especially important when taking other acne medications, so make sure to put it on in the morning and to reapply throughout the day as needed.
Before going to bed (around 20 minutes after washing and drying your face), apply a thin layer of Tretinoin 0.05%, making sure to avoid your eyes, nose, and mouth. Please avoid applying Benzoper and Acnoin at the same time. Isotretinoin 0.05% affects the growth of skin cells and is used to treat acne. This medicine decreases the number and severity of pimples, and helps the pimples that do appear to heal quickly.
Take Doxycycline on a full stomach twice a day for two weeks.
Do not use this acne kit if you:
• Are pregnant or breastfeeding
• Have benzoic acid hypersensitivity, sulfate hypersensitivity, or paraben hypersensitivity
• Have inflammation of your intestines (enteritis), ulcerative colitis, or have had severe diarrhea caused by antibiotic medicine
• Are allergic to:
1. clindamycin or lincomycin
2. tretinoin, vitamin A-related drugs, or other retinoids such as isotretinoin
3. doxycycline or any tetracycline antibiotic, such as demeclocycline, minocycline, tetracycline, or tigecycline.
• skin diseases such as dermatitis, seborrhea, and eczema
• skin abrasions and inflammation, denuded skin, sunburn, and windburn
• have had eczema or other skin problems, or an intestinal disorder
• have ever had liver disease, kidney disease, asthma or sulfite allergy, or increased pressure inside your skull
• take isotretinoin, seizure medicine, or a blood thinner such as warfarin (Coumadin)